Having a portable grill with you on your camping trip is a must. It will keep you from having to cook every single meal in your RV’s kitchen. This will keep the inside of your RV from becoming a mess. When I camp, I cool as many of my meals outside as I can.
While cooking over a campfire is always a fun thing to do, it’s not always convenient. That’s why I suggest taking along a portable grill and cooking your lunch or dinner over that grill. Here are a few models that Camping World sells that would be perfect for your next camping trip.
Olive BBQTek Portable Grill
We’ll start on the low-end in terms of price. For a mere $40 you can have all the grill you need with the Olive BBQTek Portable Grill. This small tabletop gas grill is a fantastic addition to anyone’s camping packing checklist. It’s small and easily portable and has a 234-square-inch cooking area. Pair that with its 12,000 BTU heat output and you should have more than enough heat to cook meals quickly and efficiently.
Char-Broil Grill2Go X200 Portable Gas Grill
Looking for something a little more high-tech that doesn’t break the bank? This Char-Broil Grill2go X200 Portable Gas Grill is a fantastic option. Although it has a slightly smaller 200-square-inch cooking area than the grill above, this grill offers better ease-of-use make it worth the $130 price tag. The grill features a patented TRU-Infrared cooking system, a wider temp range, and more evenly cooked meals.
Weber Q 1200 Portable Gas Grill
Lastly, a list of grills wouldn’t be complete without having a good grill from Weber on it. While this grill is a little more expensive at $209, the quality of the product is what sets it apart. You should have this grill for years to come. This grill has a porcelain finish, cast iron grates, fast electronic ignition, built-in thermometer, and is built to cook food evenly. The only downside is its 189-square-inch cooking area.
There are many more excellent portable gas grills out there. These are simply my top picks. You certainly don’t have to purchase one of these, but your camping trip will be a lot better if you take the time to find room in your RV for a portable grill. I’d say no matter what grill you choose, you should get a gas one. They’re so much easier to use and much less of a mess.
What portable grill do you have? Leave a comment below!